Cracks Appear in United Facade of 7-Eleven National Franchisee Coalition
About 12 of the 44 local franchisee associations belonging to the independent National Coalition of Associations of 7-Eleven Franchisees (NCASEF) are expressing concern about two pending actions against the franchisor, its president and CEO that they feel may be going too far. Seeking understanding, they are asking for clarification from NCASEF'S executive team.
The board of directors of the National Coalition of Associations of 7-Eleven Franchisees (NCASEF) may have taken a vote of no confidence in its parent company, 7-Eleven Inc. (SEI), but not all local franchisee associations are ready to take such a stance.
In a letter to NCASEF's chairman and executive offers, roughly a dozen Franchise Owners Associations (FOAs) raised concerns about the actions at recent NCASEF meeting where the coalition took the no confidence vote and made a move to skip 7-Eleven Inc.'s annual meeting, the 2019 7-Eleven Experience (SEE). —Convenience Store News